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3-13-2009 @ 3:03PM
They shoot Old Yeller.And then sell him to a Thailand burger joint.
3-13-2009 @ 3:12PM
3-13-2009 @ 3:19PM
Shooting Old Yellar always made me sad. But then the puppy comes and I go "aww look at the puppy!"
3-13-2009 @ 5:11PM
Aargh! I'll never forgive you for that spoiler!!!!!!!!;-)
3-13-2009 @ 7:30PM
3-13-2009 @ 7:49PM
Instead of shooting Old Yeller, shoot Holisky instead. Alex, PLEASE don't let him anywhere near this column again!
3-13-2009 @ 7:54PM
Asking for writers to be shot is a good way to get yourself banned.
3-14-2009 @ 3:07AM
It's worth noting that he asked for them to shoot you in a movie filmed around fifty years ago, would, to put it lightly, would be a neat trick, and in the event that you are, indeed, shoot fifty years ago, I'll purchase and consider consuming some sort of head covering, maybe a balaclava, short of that, I might settle for some baklava.
3-14-2009 @ 3:16AM
and that's why I shouldn't type while half asleep.the first "would" should be "which"and "shoot" should be "shot".and below is a question a question,namely,Is there any recent information regarding the new dances?please consider that that is, in fact, not a question that has been asked before on the grounds that its scope is distinctly different than any of its so called predecessors, because just as my question in no way takes into consideration new released after my question was asked, so the questions before did not cover the space of time between one and another in so far as their respective points of origin may be thought to be. And while it is true that I may have not specified the time frame covered, it is certainly more true that in our culturally defined perceptions of the functions of time, it was more than implicit within the question that events to follow have no bearing, whereas events leading up to, however close, must.
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